Former AOL chief Steve Case says he's sorry for merging with Time Warner

With Madeleine AlbrightSteve Case, the once powerful AOL chairman, has said in an interview that he’s sorry for the 2001 merger of AOL with Time Warner. I met Steve in 2002 in Berlin, during the “21st Century Literacy Summit”.

At this point he didn’t seem to be sorry for joining efforts with Time Warner. You can see his interview at the NYT blog.

The 21st Century Literacy Summit was indeed a great event, and it published a wonderful White Paper. I have a hard copy, but today couldn’t find the electronic one. If someone from the readers can send url, I’d be thankful! (on the picture – I am talking with former State Secretary Madeleine Albright, Kathy Bushkin, Jacek Gajewski, Parry Aftab and David Hoffman of Internews (click on the picture to see it in a bigger size).

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